In Ayurveda, how you eat your food is just as important as what you eat. Ayurveda understands that eating is one of the most sacred experiences we have. After all, when we eat our food, we are taking in the atoms and molecules that have been around in different forms since the... Read more.
As we near the daffodils springing up, it's the perfect time to introduce this popular and simple Ayurvedic herbal blend affectionately known as "CCF Tea". This tea is easy to make, and you might even have the ingredients in your spice cabinet.
1/2 tsp Coriander Seeds... Read more.
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This recipe is one of my favorite recipes for a fall and winter breakfast. It is great for a post-workout meal and will support sustaining your energy throughout the day. You can modify the ingredients and herbs to your palette or match it to your Doshic (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) or digestive needs... Read more.
Ayurveda means the science or wisdom of life and is the sister science to Yoga. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit term, made up of two words ”ayu” and “veda”.Ayu = Life Veda = Science, Wisdom, Knowledge
It is one of the most ancient and comprehensive sciences in the world and has its... Read more.
The mouth is home to millions of bacteria, fungi, viruses and other toxins. Oil pulling cleanses the mouth before the toxins spread through the entire body. This positively supports the immune system, reducing stress and curtailing inflammation.
The Benefits... Read more.
HOW TO MAKE GHEE
The making of ghee can be a very beautiful and peaceful experience. As you make it, be mindful. Perhaps chant and infuse the process with the vibrations and frequency of love and healing.
Grass fed organic unsalted butter (salted... Read more.
There are many different types of meditation practices. It is important to choose one that works for you. One that you are attracted to and will commit to over a period of time. The important piece here is to show-up and sit. Even with as little as five minutes of day you... Read more.
I have been dry brushing since I was about 14 years old. My mother introduced me to it as she used it as a way to stay healthy and feel good for the long summer weekend days on the Australian beaches. We would dry brush and drench ourselves in coconut oil and head to the ocean. So much of my... Read more.